RTC’s Enviro-Pave is made from recycled rubber granules and decorative aggregates bound together with a specially formulated polyurethane binder. It is water-permeable surfacing solution that fully meets the Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) requirements.

With the choice of three colours, it has slip-resistant qualities make it perfect for inclined pathways and the following areas:

  • Pedestrian Walkways
  • Bicycle Tracks
  • Equestrian Routes
  • Rural Trails
  • Golf Courses
  • Protection For Tree Bases
  • Training Facilities
  • Residential Renovations

Enviro-Pave Colourways

Although these are our standard colours, if you have a particular blend or colour in  mind please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Please note that the sample pictures are for reference only and that colours laid may vary due to batch variation, supplier variation and environmental factors.

To request samples of our current colour range please fill in the form on the contact page.


Why Enviro-Pave?

  • It meets all of the Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) requirements.
  • Once installed onto a suitable sub-base it reduces the risk of flooding because it is fully porous.
  • It can reduce or even eliminate planning requirements
  • Enviro-Pave requires minimal maintenance.
  • It is impact absorbent and flexible – therefore as it is flexible it is less likely to crack, thus minimising trip hazards.
  • Enviro-Pave uses one of the most problematic wastes known to man.
  • Once the surfacing has cured it is considered inert and non-toxic.


RTC’s Enviro-Pave has been tested for slip-resistance and porosity.

All three colour systems comply with the requirements of BS 7188 for slip resistance in both wet and dry condition and BS EN 14877 for the water infiltration rate.

As the mixture includes large quantities of recycled rubber tyres, the surface has excellent environmental credentials.

How is it Installed?

Firstly the rubber granules (which are made from recycled rubber tyres) and the decorative aggregates are mixed together in a ratio to suit the individual project. The mixture is then combined with the polyurethane binder before being applied to the substrate. Afterwards it is then leveled to the depth required by rake, screeded or trowelled before finally being smoothed and compacted with a roller.

Once it has been installed and left to cure it is considered inert and non-toxic. It becomes porous which reduces the risk of flooding – and in winter the reduced risk of puddles means there is less likely to be ice patches which could prove dangerous to pedestrians. It is also wheelchair and pram friendly, meaning your pathway will be accessible to all.


Come directly to us, without third party involvement and let us provide everything you need, saving you up to 30% on your safety surfacing.



Our dedicated estimating team will provide you with everything you need and give you a same day, fixed price quote.



Request a free site survey with one of our Technical Representatives and receive onsite knowledge and advice for your safety surfacing.


Another Happy Customer

“I have worked with RTC for many years, they always deliver exceptional service and high quality installations. Both the client and I are very happy with the pathways they have installed.”

Steve Holden, Horticon Ltd